Sheppard, Andrew: Lack of Growth in Private Sector – Video

Andrew Schepard talks about why he believes mediation has not taken off in the private sector. Firstly, he believes the ‘adversary paradigm’ is still how people go about solving their family disputes. Secondly, he believes that lawyer education is lacking regarding ADR.

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Andrew Schepard

Professor Andrew Schepard's special interests are in family law, especially as it affects children, civil litigation, alternative dispute resolution and developing simulation-based programs of clinical education. He is the co-director of the Hofstra University-North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System's Center for Children, Families and the Law. In 1995 Professor Schepard… MORE >

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